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AARP Medicare Advantage Plans
I BELIEVE I now have Plan G with MM of Ohio, but do not recall the letter plan that I had with UHC, but it was NOT the same, of this I am certain.
Because I am a healthy 68 year-old, and have not (fortunately) needed services/benefits from my healthcare system, I view it as a requirement that I
pay little attention to. This may be flippant on my part, but it is what it is. So, from one Medicare Advantage plan to the next, coverage and costs can
differ widely. For the fifth year in a row, seniors say one particular Medicare Advantage health insurance plan is the best.
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When you have both government-sponsored Medicare and private insurance like an AARP Medicare Plan, coordination of benefits rules dictate which
insurance company pays first for eligible medical expenses. The plans offered through AARP are considered Medicare Parts C and D. Part D is the name
given to private prescription drug coverage for people who have Medicare. Part C is private insurance that bundles Parts A and B and often includes
Part D. AARP Medicare Plans are available in Parts C and D. Both charge a premium to give you access to certain benefits.
As the Donut Hole closes, the percentage that you pay in the coverage gap will decrease.
For any of AARP Medicare Plans, you and ll pay a monthly premium plus copays and other out-of-pocket expenses.
You can choose a plan and the start date, then pay your first premium online or request a mailed invoice.
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In addition to Medicare Supplement Plan F, Plan F High-Deductible, and Plan C being restricted, Medicare Part D Donut Hole coverage is changing. The
Donut Hole is the nickname given to the part of your Part D plan in which your costs are the highest. As the Donut Hole closes, the percentage that you
pay in the coverage gap will decrease.
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